Dec 14 - Dec 15
This property happily met my expectations! Clean, up to date, and great location near lots of good food.
Jan 1 - Jan 2
Great place to stay. Friendly staff, great room, very accommodating.
Dec 22 - Dec 23
I chose this hotel because it was within walking distance to the Fox Theater. The staff was friendly and the room was quiet and nicely decorated. However, the bed was not as comfortable as it was a thin foam mattress over a box spring on a platform bed. I also chose this location because it was advertised ...
Dec 9 - Dec 10
The rooms were very nice but all the common areas weren’t well maintained. There is not much in terms of amenities.
Dec 8 - Dec 9
Staff was extra friendly. The hotel was as clean as you could want. Nice little city. We were just looking for a place to spend the night on our way through and we couldn't have asked for anything better!
Jan 3 - Jan 4
Amazing interior design - love this hotel! Friendly staff, clean property. Great restaurant inside hotel, as well.
Dec 13 - Dec 14
It was very close to the Arch.. The room needed updating.. carpet was kinda ratty. Breakfast was great and fresh. Overall it was a nice hotel.
Dec 8 - Dec 9
Liked the charm of the place and restaurants close by. Room could be cleaner. Did not looked vacuumed, didn’t replace my used towels even though they took them out of the room, did not replace toiletries.
This was at one time a very beautiful hotel. The rooms could use some TLC. The tiles floor in the bathroom was cracked and didn't look very clean, the carpet was loose and bunched up and I actually tripped on it, the bathroom was very small and everything just overall didn't seem too clean. The girl ...
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